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Vascular Anomalies Clinic

Vascular tumors and vascular malformations are often treated very differently, so making the correct diagnosis is important for a patient’s care and treatment plan.

How we diagnose a vascular anomaly:

  • Review a patient’s medical history
  • Conduct a physical exam
  • Review radiologic studies and pathology
  • Conduct tests (biopsies, ultrasounds, MRI scans) to pinpoint the type of vascular anomaly

Once a vascular anomaly is diagnosed, we work in partnership with patients and families to determine the most effective medications, interventional radiology procedures, lasers, medications and surgeries to bring about healing.

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